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Japanese Language Learning Volunteer

  • Location: Upper Coomera QLD
  • Category: Education & Training

Are you interested in helping students (age 9-12) learn a new language? No prior Japanese language experience needed. Volunteers are required to help out at the school on a regular basis to support the classroom teacher with the program - training provided. Available days: Monday to Thursday 8.40am to 1.25pm. Day(s) negotiated with the coordinator.

Habitat Restoration at Ormeau State School

  • Location: Ormeau QLD
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

The Ormeau school has the support of the Upper Ormeau landcare group and Boral. Join CVA as we assist this landcare group and school by carrying out weed control, tree planting and other conservation activities to help protect the natural values of this region which is home to threatened wildlife including koalas, greater gliders and quolls.

Policy and Compliance Manager

  • Location: Sunshine West VIC
  • Category: Migrant Services

West Welcome Wagon provides material support to asylum seekers in the western suburbs of Melbourne. We need a Policy and Compliance Manager to ensure we are meeting our obligations to our volunteers, employees and clients as well as government and legal requirements. Work is mostly done on line, after hours, in the volunteers own home. The role reports to the CEO.

English class Volunteer Child Support /Minder , St Albans ,Thursdays or Fridays 9:30-11:30

  • Location: St Albans VIC
  • Category: Other

Your role is to care for preschool aged children while their parents attend class and learn English. By helping mind the children you give an adult, with child care responsibilities, the opportunity to study English. You will also introduce English language skills to pre-school aged children. The Language for Life program supports learners with pre- school aged children to learn English.

Grant writer

  • Location: Victoria VIC
  • Category: Health

This volunteer position plays a key role in The Water Well Project’s Committee. The role is responsible for seeking grant and other funding opportunities, drafting grant applications and liaising with funding partners as required. The grant writer will work very closely with The Water Well Project’s Treasurer and Board, as well as interstate coordinators. The position would suit anyone with an interest in refugee and asylum seeker health with strong oral and written communication skills.

NED Board Member (Community Representative)

  • Location: Caringbah South NSW
  • Category: Community Services

We are a not-for-profit organisation focused on home modifications and maintenance services to assist clients to live safely in their homes for longer. We support the philosophy of ‘Independent Living’ for the aged and disabled. We seek someone with skills, experience and community experience in the non-for profit environment to join our Board as the local ‘Community Representative’ in the capacity of a Non-Executive Director (NED).

Events Coordinator - Inner-West Sydney

  • Location: Sydney NSW
  • Category: Human Rights

Are you passionate about women’s rights? Do you enjoy planning social justice event and activities around issues like climate justice for women and economic justice for women? Want to lead be part of a team of like-minded people that meet regularly to campaign for change? If yes - then apply to be an Events Coordinator for the ActionAid Inner-West Group.

Assist South Sudanese children and teenagers in homework club.

  • Location: Dandenong VIC
  • Category: Education & Training

Weekend Academy is a hub for students to receive academic help and social support. In small groups we tutor them by helping with the schoolwork, interview skills and developing their portfolios. Activities and responsibilities are age appropriate as children range from 5 - 19 years of age. Weekend Academy is a program run by South Sudanese Australia Youth United and partner organisation to Land of Welcome.

Computer Literacy Tutor

  • Location: Varsity Lakes QLD
  • Category: Community Services

Do you have the experience and knowledge to be able to teach Seniors computer literacy. Through the "Be" Connected" program our community center is providing sessions for Seniors to learn computer basics so the can stay connected. This will require someone who is patient and can explain the "how to" to people working through a self paced computer literacy course. 9.45am - 12.15pm Thursday